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For Joe Lovano, Every Month is Jazz Appreciation Month

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From News, posted 4.01.22 Joe Lovano has spent his entire life as a student of jazz, and the majority as a teacher. The revered saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist, a second-generation Sicilian American and son of tenor saxophonist Tony “Big T” Lovano, developed a love for jazz at a young age. Growing up in Cleveland, his… Read more...


BMI Congratulates 2022 NEA Jazz Masters Stanley Clarke and Billy Hart

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From News, posted 3.07.22 This spring, the National Endowment for the Arts will celebrate two of BMI’s legendary jazz musicians, Stanley Clarke and Billy Hart, as Jazz Masters, which is the highest honor bestowed in the world of jazz music. As an extraordinary bass-player, Clarke has become one of the most influential players in… Read more...


BMI Congratulates its GRAMMY Nominees

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From News, posted 12.23.14 Broadcast Music, Inc. writers have a lot to celebrate following the announcement of the 2015 GRAMMY nominations. The winners will be revealed during the 57th annual GRAMMY awards, held in the Staples Center in Los Angeles and broadcast live February 8, 2015 on CBS. BMI writers are present in nominations… Read more...


10 Questions With Scott Healy

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From MusicWorld, posted 4.25.14 Scott Healy has enjoyed a great career just outside of the limelight. The versatile, expressive keyboardist has been most visible for the past 20 years as a member of the house band on Conan O’Brien’s TV shows. The BMI composer has also racked up an impressive resume as a studio… Read more...


Remembering Jazz Great Bob Brookmeyer: 1930-2011

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From News, posted 12.20.11 Bob Brookmeyer, noted jazz musician, composer, arranger, educator and co-founder of the BMI Jazz Composers Workshop, died on Thursday in New London, N.H., at the age of 81. The cause was a heart attack. Brookmeyer, a valve trombonist, played with groups led by the saxophonists Stan Getz and Gerry Mulligan… Read more...